Synthesist Ben Wilson (aka Divkid) shared this sneak preview of the Synthesis Technology E520 Hyperion Stereo Effects Processor, an upcoming Eurorack format multi-effects processor.
“Here’s the second video with the already lovely sounding E520 big exposed prototype from Synthesis Technology. This will be a Eurorack module for it’s release next year but this is just the development prototype.
In this video we explore some other FX, some updates to things we’ve already seen and bathe in not only a lovely shimmer bath … but some gorgeous tape style degradation loops that deteriorate with feedback, warble, saturation and filtering like real tape based sound on sound looping. Heck, I even broke out the Telecaster for a change. “
You can view Wilson’s previous video on the Hyperion below:
00:00 Hello + video previews
02:21 Stereo Reversing Delay
04:23 Deflector Shield
06:41 Spectral Delay + Pitch
07:24 Spectral Time Machine (updated from previous video)
09:22 Stereo Shimmer Reverb
11:55 Spectral Vocoder
14:13 Scopes, meters etc
14:40 Prime Dual Tap Delay
18:15 Stereo Looper
26:57 Stereo Looper – Tape style degradation loops with guitar
Pricing and Availability
Production of the Hyperion is being funded via a Kickstarter project, which has met its initial funding goals and several stretch goals. It’s available to backers starting at $539 USD. Additional details and demos are available at the SynthTech site.